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(Frank DiCesare / American Press Archives)

(Frank DiCesare / American Press Archives)

Reins of Hope to benefit Family and Youth

By Justin Phillips / American Press

Unique endeavors and coming up with creative methods to better serve the community are things the Family and Youth Counseling

Agency is known for in the Lake Area.

On Saturday, Nov. 22, the agency will look to add to that perception by partnering with The Stables at Le Bocage to host the

Reins o ...

News

(Rick Hickman/American Press)

Phillips 66, CCOA volunteers deliver baskets

Devyn Dellafosse, 7, was having a hard time finding the energy she needed Saturday morning and understandably so. She spent most of Friday night ...

(Rick Hickman/American Press)

Cole shows off new home for ministry

Pearl Cole was still getting adjusted to her surroundings Friday morning after a ceremony marking the official opening of

the new Abraham’s Ten ...

(MGNonline)

Weather prompts earlier kickoff

The threat of an evening thunderstorm has spurred McNeese State University officials to change the time of the Cowboys’ home

football game with ...

(American Press Archives)

Early voting begins Saturday

Early voting begins Saturday for the Dec. 6 elections. Voters can cast ballots 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Nov. 22-29, except Sunday,

Nov. 23, Thanksgiving Day ...


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Sports

(Kirk Meche/American Press)

Knights fall to Rayville

LONGVILLE — Rayville scored 36 unanswered points to eliminate South Beauregard 44-26 Friday night in a Class 3A regional-round

game.

The eight ...

(Rick Hickman/American Press)

Mandeville kicks Bucs out of playoffs

Barbe fans got their usual 48 minutes

of excitement, but not the storybook ending as Mandeville’s Parker

Pastorella drilled

a 38-yard field g ...

(Kirk Meche/American Press)

RB runs Kinder quarters

KINDER — The Kinder Yellow Jackets did what they do best Friday night — play smash-mouth football, and it paid off for them

in the form o ...

(Rick Hickman/American Press)

Pay day lures likes of Lukas

Vinton may be off the beaten path, but the road to Churchill Downs runs through this small Lake Area town Saturday.

Some of the biggest names in thor ...


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Scene

(Frank DiCesare / American Press Archives)

Reins of Hope to benefit Family and Youth

Unique endeavors and coming up with creative methods to better serve the community are things the Family and Youth Counseling

Agency is known for in ...

Members of the Pride of McNeese Cowboy Marching Band will perform during McNeese’s Fall Band Spectacular at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 21, in the Shearman Fine Arts Performing Arts Theatre. (Rick Hickman / American Press)<br />

McNeese Fall Band Spectacular Concert on stage tonight

McNeese State University’s Department of Performing Arts annual Fall Band Spectacular is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov.

21, in the Shearm ...

Since opening earlier this month, the Nelson Road location has been a hive of activity, serving residents from all over Southwest Louisiana.

LC's newest fast-food franchise serves up good food, cold treats

There are three things in the world that

can cause adults to act like toddlers. The first is paid vacation from a

regular job.

Days on end doing wh ...

Junior League member Elisabeth LaMotte decorates a Christmas tree in the Civic Center. (Rick Hickman / American Press)

Mistletoe & Moss named a top 20 event

The Mistletoe and Moss Holiday Market kicks off today for its 22nd year with a new accolade under its belt — a designation

as a Southeast Touri ...


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